General Motors had a very good year in 2018. Op-ed by Jeff Ferry, Chief Economist of CPA, originally appeared in the Daily Mail West Virginia on Juanuary 4, 2019 You read that right, a good year. Maybe even an excellent year. The company’s third-quarter earnings knocked it out of the park. Wall Street was expecting…Details
Manufacturer in NY Agrees that Trade Intervention is Absolutely Necessary
Zoi Romanchuk is the VP of PR Machine Works, Inc. Currency manipulation from Asian countries has made them lose business. It’s a 3-4% difference, someone could live with, but 35-40% is nearly impossible. Hear her story and why she joined CPA to help stop currency manipulation.
Roger is the CEO of Fredon Corporation in Mentor OH. Fredon has faced unfair competition with foreign companies. He believes that if something isn’t done fast, we are on a one way track to destruction across American manufacturing. He joined CPA because he knew that our coalition could speak louder than he could individually.
Editors note: Professor Morici makes clear that the bilateral trade surplus China has with the US is core to funding its military rise and global ambitions. Resolving differences on trade, investment and industrial policies by March 1, as Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping have resolved, is a terribly ambitious goal considering the complexity of…Details
CPA Restores Hope in the Only US Flatware Manufacturer
Editor’s note. This is an excellent article showing how China developed its steel industry and overcapacity as a foundation for its economic and manufacturing growth. All with state control, strategy, subsidies, denials, and concealment of intentions. China was leaving behind decades of deep poverty when Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping flew to Japan in 1978 to…Details
CPA Helps Revive Oldest US Copper Producer
Editors note. The administration now has support from business leaders on addressing China’s tech theft. But they still don’t get the threat of our trade deficit with China. When President Trump first threatened to levy major tariffs on China, business leaders worried the administration was using the wrong weapon on the right target. [John Stoll…Details